A small IT company decided to launch an epic advertizing campaign to increase its branding decided to hold a fishing contest. Participant of all ages and professions are welcome preferably those with robotic background and unafraid of height. Set in the mid 22nd century AD advancement in genes splicing achieved a historic breakthrough and scientists using the latest bio-genetic technology to bring back an adult Mosasaurus. However this particular species is genetically different from the actual specimen from the late Cretaceous period, with a length reaching 30 meters weighting at approximately 18-20 tons it is truly a monster that rules the ocean. And no this isn't an animatronic but a larger than life predator that put dolly the sheep strapped onto the back of a full grown adult whaleshark to shame.
Each participant will be issued an specially designed exoskeleton and a durable fishing rod, they will be flown over the hot spot in the South China Sea where the fishing contest begins.
My question is what is the minimum specs for the robotic exoskeleton and the fishing rod in order to fish out the Mosasaurus? Most importantly how will public reacts to the sudden introduction of a living fossil?
Condition: The rule is quite simple do not harm the Mosasaurus and your team may only elect a member to disguise himself/herself as bait to lure out the target in the open sea but he/she must not cause the target to choke doing so will result in the entire team being disqualified.